Water parks are truly exceptional holidays for the whole family to enjoy. Young kids can frolic in the waves, slides and play centers whereas adults can enjoy epic flumes, wave machines and a wet and wild waterscape. So where are the best water parks in the world? Well, lucky for you, we have a selection of the top 5 in the world offering some of the best water-filled rides possible.
Siam Park, Tenerife
All the sun, sea and sand of Tenerife with the added bonus of an immense water park offering wildlife, beaches, plenty of flumes, sides and spins as well as the Lost City, an epic adventure park of water, bridges, fortresses and pools with a space dedicated to water babies and their parents. The whole family can enjoy the water here, whether you want to be rushed through rapids and race through the flumes on water tubes, or simply enjoy a drink and relax in the Mai Thai river scene.
Water World, Ayia Napa
Ayia Napa is renowned for its mega party scene and Water World doesn't let anyone down, instead simply taking the party into the waves. This gloriously family friendly water park is a masterpiece perfectly themed with Greek Gods and mythical creatures. The park features epic adventures such as the Drop to Atlantis and the Quest of Heracles. Kids of all ages will be amused for hours on end as they embark on mammoth slides, rapids, waves and amusements. Adults can retreat to specialized spots such as Aphrodite’s Bath complete with serene waterfalls and stunning water features. Younger kids can enjoy the splashes and inflatables in plenty of kid pools.
Atlantis the Palm, Dubai
Dubai doesn't do anything half way and their infamous water park is no different. This isn't just a water park, this is a water filled adventure and the perfect holiday for the whole family featuring 5* luxury rooms, fine dining, entertainment and the overall luxury you’d expect from glamorous Dubai. The water features are spread across parks, rides and marine life with 42 acres of wildlife, fun and excitement. Guests can spread their time across countless water theme parks, Dolphin Bay, aquariums and marine parks for an unforgettable experience. Whether it’s the thrill of learning to dive, the action of the deep blue sea, the excitement of rapids or simply sipping by the pool, Atlantis the Palm really does have it all.
Tropical Islands, Germany
Germany might not be renowned for fun and frolics, but Tropical Island is a mega aqua adventure for a thrilling family holiday. More than just a water park, Tropical Park is Europe’s largest tropical holiday world and is miles away from the industrial efficiency of Germany. Rain-forests waterfalls, marines and tropical corners fill this glorious and magical center A sauna and spa complex keeps adults relaxed and refreshed, far off adventure worlds keep kids amused and evening shows and entertainment keeps everyone entertained.
Blizzard Beach, California
Part of the magic and intrigue of Disney resorts, Blizzard Beach offers everything you’d expect of a child's dream come true with the added bonus of water. Some of the most epic, stomach churning and thrilling water parks known to man in a resort also dotted with ski slopes, ice caves and monstrous mountains. Blizzard Beach is much more than water slides and pools, the whole family can enjoy snow fountains and castles, toboggan racing, death drops, leisure rivers and on resort bars and restaurants. The whole family can enjoy the magic, water and snow in one of the worlds most adventurous and exciting water resorts.
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